It was a reasonable breakup.
The mother has the right to claim the child as the legal guardian of the child.
No. The money isn't for the mother. The money is for supporting the child. Back child support belongs to the estate of the deceased and will eventually benefit the child. And even if the child should die, the back child support does not go away.
no it goes to the mother.
No. If you adopted a child and the mother cancelled the adoption, you should owe nothing.
the mother of the child took the father off child support because she was not satisfied with the child support payments.
Marriage of the mother, father or child have no relationship to the collection of a debt.
If the child is a minor (under the age of 18) or the mother has co-signed for the car then yes, she can take back the car. A child who is irresponsible should not be driving.
To claim a child as a dependent on your taxes, the child must have lived with you and you must have provided support for over 50% of the year. So the mother in this case can claim her grandson on her taxes if she supported the child for at least 183 days out of the year, regardless of whether or not the mother of the child owes back child support.
To break up with the one you love just to go back with the mother of your child is not the solution. What you should be doing is staying with the person you love; meet with the mother of your child and tell her you will support your child and be part of that child's life and there is no reason why the mother of your child can't get out and work. To break up with the one you love and end up living with the mother of your child will only create heartbreak between the parents of that child and it will not be a good environment for that child.
Yes, harboring a runaway.
The gave him away and wont child back .child been in home 1yr mother one spent$20.onhim sence christmas so sure the could court overturn the child back to mother
You need to love her and show her that she is the most important thing in your life. Talk to her, get her to listen to you so you can convince her. If you love your child you will his/ her mother.
Even though the mother is underage she still has custody of her child as long as she does not do something to get custody taken away from her
Petition the court for a modification. If the back support was for any state aid the mother was on, then it can't be forgiven. If it isn't for that, then the mother can write a letter saying she forgives the back support owed to her.
The police can bring the child back to his father since the court order says it is his weekend. The mother also have a responsibility to make sure the child is brought back and can not break the court order.
it all comes back to why did yall break up or what was the cause of the breakup?
It would be illegal. He is committing the crime of kidnapping.
Yes, the child is a legal U.S. citizen, mother remains foreign citizen which means you could still get deported. You have the option of taking the child with you back to the foreign country until you fix your situation. If you take him/her out of the U.S. he/she has permission to come back in the country. When your child turns 18, they can "claim" the mother and the mother can become legal.
You have to go to court and seek custody as well as guardianship.
Report it to the authorities.
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make yourself happy then she will be happy i would say it matters what you have going for you in tx. Are you with the mother of your child? Do you have a good job? Would your child be supported if you moved back ? If you are not with the mother and she can take care of the child and you are not happy then I say move back to ny for awhile and then maybe come back or have her visit you when things are set up. If you are with the mother- woudld she move back with you? If the mother could not take care of the child then no i woudl not move because you have to take care of your child. My boyfriend and I recently went through this and he moved back to where he was from only to realize he missed me and our son and came back.
No, the mother is the one that paid for taking care of the kid and is the one that should be reimbursed for it. If the mother has passed, the money is owed to her estate.